3.Deer Stop:Live At Somerset House
4.Twist:Jacques Lu Cont's Conversion Perversion Mix
5.Twist:Dimitri Tikovoi Remix
6.Twist:Live In London
Short Film feat. Interview
Overall, the Twist single is great. It combines the UK singles and DVD single, but leaves out a remix of Forever and live versions of Train and Strict Machine. The single mix, although only slightly different from the album version, adds effects to the song that give it even more energy. The remixes are pretty good, with Jacques Lu Cont's mix being the more memorable. Yes Sir is a cover of Yes Sir I Can Boogie and is the highlight for me of this single--it is very sexy and electronically pleasing. Deer Stop live is also decent. The video included is NOT the music video for Twist--it is a live video of Twist recorded at Somerset House. Altough it is listed as a 'short film' it really is not. It is just the 3 1/2 minute live video with interview snippets of Alison speaking about irrelevant topics over it. The live video is not great and is further brought down by the overlapping interview. Don't buy the DVD version of this! Otherwise, the single is worth getting for the audio, though, and if you are into Twist or the Black Cherry album at all, you will enjoy it.